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Be Proactive. Become a Leader. Make the Change.



Be proactive leader

The success of a society is based on the success of each individual in society. “Be Proactive” is a key phrase for all to become a successful individual in a society.

“What is Proactive? Creating or controlling a situation rather than responding to it after it has happened is denoted as proactive”.

It is very important to be an initiative for any action towards development. There is a huge difference between taking initiative for action and to be a part of the action.

An individual, who takes initiative for development, becomes a leader.

Everyone has an interest/desire to do something useful to their society. However, various social and environmental barriers restrict them to take an initiative to become “Proactive” and a leader.

Although they could not take the initiative in their social development activities, a leader could get their 100% support by involving them with such activities.

A person who makes things or initiates action, rather than waiting for it to happen to his is known as a “Proactive person”.

We have considered our mantra, “Together we can change the nation”, as a motive to bring change and development in our country.

Bringing change in the nation starts with the change in each individual. Reacting to a change or social issue is not the only quality that decides the proactive nature of a leader.

Moreover, taking actions to make the expected change towards the development of society is an important quality of a proactive leader.

Are you a proactive person? Ask and evaluate yourself. Have you ever taken an initiative to solve an issue that you face in your society? Blaming the Government, Government authorities and the legislators will not help you to solve your social problem.

Have you ever think the action that you can take to solve the issue? Have you ever implemented your thoughts as the initial step towards an achievable solution?

If your answer is “Yes”, you are a proactive person and I salute you. If your answer is “No”, nothing late as you still you have an opportunity to lead your society.

Dear Pillars of India, Be Proactive! The world will be ready to follow your footsteps.



Are you Corrupt?



Are you corrupt?

What is Corruption? Are we a part of Corruption in India? How do we do it in our day to day life unknowingly / knowingly? How does it impact our Indian Economy? Dear Young Pillars of India, do you ever come across these questions?

We must find the answers to these questions as being the responsible citizens of India and the Young Pillars of India. Many of us are thinking that corruption is a thing that some politicians do via scams and bribing and some of the government servants do by accepting the bribe. But, the real definition of corruption is far more than the above.

What is Corruption?

The misuse of public power, office or authority for private benefit – through bribery, extortion, influence peddling, nepotism, fraud, speed money.

Do you know that most of us are corrupted? There may be a change to the exception of one or two percent. I really salute you, if you are one among them.

We give bribes since bribe has become a better way to get our way out in a completion riddled system in recent days. Giving bribe is also a part of corruption.

We use recommendations to join colleges / Companies / Government Organisations. This is nepotism, ‘favouring a known person’ – misuse of power.

We use our organisations’ resources for our personal benefit. For example, using the internet, printers and other resources for our own private benefit. Again misuse of power.

And How many of us paying our tax honestly?

These are all just a few examples, but there are many. Actually, I had a debate with my colleagues on all the above. Their point is that the entire nation is corrupted, so they only cannot be honest. Do you think the same?

A long journey starts with the first step. Let us be the first step and make a change. Everyone was talking about Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, even the illiterates. Was that because of his great scientist career or his position as an honorable President of India? Definitely not. He never misused his power and he was a normal man.

Thus, I hope you would agree that we are also a part of the corruption in our country.

Before we change or try to change the nation, we must change ourselves. There could be a chance for the change in a corrupted highest rank Government official by seeing his honest peon.

Change is the only thing that never changes. Let us make India – A Corruption Free Country.

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